A broad popular survey of European history, emphasizing Europe's continuity of civilization from the days of the Roman Empire to the present day, as well as the importance of the Catholic Church to European history and life.
This is Belloc at his quirkiest. His hatred of corporation capitalism and his love of diversity in unity are both on display, as he argues for the proposition that the Roman Empire never really fell. (He also insists on the special importance of France and England to European history, as one might guess.)
This book has ten chapters. A new chapter will be posted every week.
For public domain audiobooks podcast six days a week, please visit marialectrix.wordpress.com.
SourceEurope and the Faith by Hilaire Belloc, 1920